INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Rope in all actors for success

Unrealistic commitments for which stakeholders feel no ownership unlikely to be sustained.

In Summary
  • Civil society organisations are closest to the communities they serve and best understand their needs.
  • Engaging these organisations from the beginning would have given Kenya a better chance to improve equity and quality, as well as overall contraceptive use.

The national commitments resulting from the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development have delivered real gains in health, gender equity, and reproductive rights. But as the world’s ...

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